Natural landscaping stone combines maintenance-free practicality, versatility, and a singular distinctive beauty that only Mother Nature can provide. It blends seamlessly into the existing environment and can be easily coordinated with building stone, thin veneer, or other vertical stone applications on site.
A broad selection of product categories are available based upon material thickness and overall facing area. This extended "palette" allows for maximum creativity in project design and installation. Different product categories are often blended together for ease of installation and to create a truly unique finished appearance.
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Subtle hues of mauve plus garnet inclusions in this Saratoga Granite™ wall stone compliment the flowers above nicely.
Saratoga Granite™ thin wall stone was the perfect choice for this low retaining wall.
South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging set in both sand and turf.
Cottage wall stone, like this Ticonderoga Granite®, is easily handled and can be displayed horizontally or vertically showing both seam and split faces.
Irregular Flagging Stone
Generally used for limited foot traffic areas such as patios, walkways, and around pools. Flagging stone is irregular (mosaic) in shape and exhibits the seam face of the stone. Also used as cap material for landscape walls.
Larger, blocky pieces of stone used for exterior free-standing walls. When installed, the stone will exhibit both seam and split faces. Typically blended with other products for ease of installation and a custom look.
Cottage Wall Stone
Smaller pieces of wall stone with median heights and depths packaged with versatility and ease of handling in mind. Often blended with thin wall for ease of installation and a custom look.
Thin Wall Stone
Thinner, smaller pieces of stone with depths typically less than that of other wall stones. Ideal for low exterior walls. Often blended with other products for ease of installation and a unique finished appearance.
SIZE: Thickness 1" ± to 3" ±
FACING AREA: ½ sq. ft. to 3 sq. ft. ±
COVERAGE: 70 sq. ft. per ton ±
SIZE: Thickness 4" ± to 12" ±
FACING AREA: ¼ sq. ft. to 3 sq. ft. ±
COVERAGE: 12-14 cubic ft. per ton ±
These Saratoga Granite™ garden steppers are thicker and feature larger average facing areas than irregular flagging.
Once referred to as heavy flagging, garden steppers are thicker than irregular flagging and may be used in areas of limited vehicle traffic and/or heavy foot traffic.
Saratoga Granite™ slab material blends seamlessly into the surroundings in this garden stairway.
Used extensively in the creation of parks, steps, and waterscapes, slabs are thicker and generally longer than garden steppers.
Meet Bob - a 30 ton Saratoga Granite™ boulder set in Teardrop Park, New York City.
Available in a wide range of sizes and shapes, boulders are used extensively in park settings as functional design elements and in erosion control/bank retention designs.
Please use the coverage estimates provided here as a guideline only. Actual coverage will vary based on installation style and job conditions. Allowances for airspace in packaging and varying joint widths have also been included in the coverage calculations.
SIZE: Thickness 3" ± to 5" ±
FACING AREA: 2 sq. ft. to 4 sq. ft. ±
COVERAGE: 35 sq. ft. per ton ±
SIZE: Thickness 5" ± to 8" ±
LENGTH: 30" to 60" ±, DEPTH: 16" to 30" ±
COVERAGE: Varies with material selection
UPenn, Shoemaker Green
UNIVERSITY CITY, PA
Take a closer look at some of our recent Landscaping Stone projects with these HD image galleries. Aside from being on site, there is no better way to take in the lustrous color and rich texture of Champlain Stone.